Several researches have shown that women who are overweight during pregnancy may have complications during birth and might also increase risks for their baby. Now clinical trials suggest that women who need to control their weight gain, especially if they have a higher than average Body Mass Index (BMI), can do so safely even if they are pregnant without harming the child.
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By Lisa Arneill on 10 May, 2009 in Body mass index, Central obesity, Post Partum, Pregnancy Health, Probiotics, Probiotics During Pregnancy, University of Turku
New research suggests that taking probiotics during their pregnancy may help women keep belly fat under control after pregnancy.